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GNU getopt-style command-line argument parser for Java, used in JBoss
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JArgs command-line argument parsing library =========================================== Copyright (c) 2001-2003 Steve Purcell. Copyright (c) 2002 Vidar Holen. Copyright (c) 2002 Michal Ceresna. Copyright (c) 2005 Ewan Mellor. All rights reserved. Released under the terms of the BSD licence. See the file LICENCE for details. Prerequisites ------------- For each prerequisite, the version with which JArgs has been tested is given in parentheses. Any version equal to or later than this should work. Apache Ant (1.4.1), by The Apache Software Foundation, from http://ant.apache.org/. Ant is used to build JArgs, and to run its tests. JUnit (3.7), by Eric Gamma, et al, from http://sourceforge.net/projects/junit. JUnit is used to run the unit tests, and is not needed to run the library itself. Installation ------------ To compile, package, and test the code, run ant Two jars are created, one called lib/jargs.jar, which contains the runtime library, and one called lib/jargs-test.jar, which contains the unit tests and the examples. The Javadoc APIs are created in doc/api. To use the library with your own code, simply ensure that lib/jargs.jar is on the CLASSPATH. Package contents ---------------- src/jargs/gnu -- The library itself. src/jargs/examples/gnu -- Examples showing how to use the library. src/jargs/test/gnu -- JUnit tests. doc/ -- API and other documentation. classes/ -- Compiled classes, once built. lib/ -- JArgs jars, once built.